Henry VII Angel

Item Reference: C234001926 Sold Share
Henry VII (1485-1509), Angel, class V, initial mark Pheon both sides (1505-09), Saint Michael slaying the dragon breaking linear circle, cross crosslet stylised spear shaft, legend surrounds HENRIC DI GRΛ…
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Description

Henry VII (1485-1509), Angel, class V, initial mark Pheon both sides (1505-09), Saint Michael slaying the dragon breaking linear circle, cross crosslet stylised spear shaft, legend surrounds HENRIC DI GRΛ REX ΛNGL Z FRΛ, large crooked abbreviation following Henric. Rev, ship sailing right, bowsprit meets wire line circle, quartered shield on hull, h and rose either side, legend reads PER CRVCE TVΛ SALVΛ NOS XPE REDE, double and single saltire stops, 5.15g (S.2187; N.1698; SCBI 23 [Ashmolean], 57-67; Schneider. 542-4). Toned with sporadic hues of mint red, particularly well struck in the upper left portion of the angel, legends clear, little softness in places, few field die breaks. Rev, nice detail, some blur in the midriff. Good very fine for issue, on a notably symmetrical and full flan.

Specification

Coin Group

British

Denomination

Angels

Coin Ruler

Henry VII

Country

England

Coin House

House of Tudor

Metal

Gold

Mint Mark

Pheon

References S.2187; N.1698; SCBI 23 [Ashmolean], 57-67; Schneider. 542-4
Weight 5.15 g

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